PLANT CITY — The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the shooting death Sunday night of a senior on Durant High School’s football team at a Brandon gas station.Twitter accounts for the Plant City-based high school’s football team and Student Government broke the news in a series of tweets early Monday, announcing that Grover Wills, 18, had died."With heavy Hearts, Last night, we lost not only a teammate but a brother," stated a tweet just before 6 a.m. on the Durant football Twitter account. "Rest In Peace Grover Wills! Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers. #5 #Cougars.Forever."On Monday afternoon, the Sheriff’s Office released a news release about the shooting outside the Mobil gas station at 612 W Lumsden Road, saying it appears to be drug related.Sheriff Chad Chronister declined to release any information about Wills’ cause of death at an unrelated news conference earlier Monday. "Unfortunately, I can’t give you too much information at this time, only because it’s such an active investigation and we’re still following up," he said.With heavy Hearts, Last night, we lost not only a teammate but a brother. Rest In Peace Grover Wills! Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers. #5 #Cougars..Forever pic.twitter.com/UaqHUcTNcJ— Durant Football (@DOORANTFOOTBALL) April 16, 2018Wills was set to graduate at the end of the school year, according to the Hillsborough County School District. According to Maxpreps.com, he was a corner back and free safety on the school’s football team and wore the No. 5 jersey. Just shy of 6 feet tall, Wills was also a member of the high school’s basketball team, according to the website. The school’s student government association has planned a candlelight vigil in memory of Wills for 7 p.m. Wednesday at Durant Stadium, located at 4748 Cougar Path in Plant City.A tweet posted to the student government Twitter account Monday reads: "Durant SGA is sad to say goodbye to such a genuine & sweet soul. Grover’s presence will forever be missed but we will always remember him by his smile."This is a developing story. Stay with www.tampabay.com for updates. Contact Anastasia Dawson at [email protected] or (813) 546-6611. Follow @adawsonwrites.